Mark Fisher’s K-Punk, “Required reading for a generation”— aesthetics, politics, outsider status.
Geeta Dayal actually wrote the book on my favorite Brian Eno album. Also frequently publishes journalism on music, art and tech stuff, some fraction of which I was already obsessed with, but most of which I discovered through her
Naught Thought by Ben Woodard, who is better at incorporating images into his blog than any other philosopher.
Strukturiss, “Meditations on Hardwares, Softwares, and Wetwares,” by my friend Sascha. Updates Sundays and Wednesdays.
Masha Tupitsyn Film critic, critical theorist, fiction writer, New School instructor, European Graduate School person, self-declared hopeless romantic.
Technoccult, “A General Interest Blog For Weirdos.”
The Daily Fragment, the site of Elizabeth Newton, a musicologist I’ve been secretly following online since I saw her talk at a conference ages ago (so I can confirm she is a badass)
Peli Grietzer on Medium. Autoencoding, aesthetics, vibe theories, machine learning, “mathematically informed literary theory.”
Mute Magazine is also not a blog.
This website and organization about psychedelics is also not even remotely a blog and still I include them here.
You should subscribe to Mirabilary, where the poet Anne Boyer indexes “love letters about thinking.”
Richard Doyle’s website. Posts on language philosophy, rhetoric, psychedelics, computer programming and personal transformations from a guy who believes in the noösphere.
Blue Lenses, by cult/horror film critic Alexandra Heller-Nichols.
★more to come★